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Silver Lake Regional High School Library
Silver Lake Regional High School
Kingston, MA 02364
REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
uates of Silver Lake will long remember Mr. Parks. Who could
forget his lively civics classes where he surprised innocent freshmen
into learning? Who could forget his world history classes, the spell of
the Byzantine Empire or the correct spelling of Nebuchadnezzar on
the "daily quiz"? Who could possibly forget U.S. History, required
of all, or the memorizing of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address?
Mr. Parks' wonderful sense of humor has often amused us in the class
room, in the gym, where he can often be found, and at Hayford's store
where he keeps well informed about his students and where his stu-
dents try to keep up with him.
As our athletic director and coach of cross country and track teams, he
is always ready to help a sports enthusiast. He is also ready to help
anyone academically, and our favorite saying is "talk to Mr. Ed."
Because of his patience and understanding, the Senior Closs is proud
to dedicate the 1963 TORCH to Mr. Edward F. Parks, Jr.
B Pluribus Unum
The motto of the United States first appeared on
the title page of the "Gentleman's Journal" in Janu-
ary, 1692. On August 10, 1776, a committee com-
posed of Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and
Thomas Jefferson, proposed to the Continental Con-
gress that it be adopted as our maxim. This was
approved on June 20, 1782, and in 1786 it first ap-
peared on several coins. The actual selection of E
PLURIBUS UNUM is credited to Pierre Eugene du
Simitiere, a Swiss artist employed by the committee
after the Declaration of Independence to submit a
design for the United States seal. Although the de-
sign was rejected, the motto remains a part of our
E PLURIBUS UNUM is a significant motto at Silver
Lake, in that many students from four towns band to-
gether to form one institution of learning. Our school
from the many students entrusted to it turns out
individuals prepared to face the challenges of a
REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE
Mr. B. Dalton, Chairman
Mr. R. Barbieri
Mr. F. Downing
Mr. B. Conant
Mrs. V. Crosby
Mr. H. Hammond, Jr.
Mrs. P. Holzworth
Mr. R. Mendall
Mr. H. Trimble
Mr. G. Cushman
TO THE SENIORS OF 1963
E Pluribus Unum — One Out of Many. The editors of the
Torch have selected a most timely theme. Silver Lake is now
in its eighth year of operation. One takes for granted the con-
tinuing physical growth of the school.
It is the intellectual growth of our school, however, that is
the more significant. Students possess a high loyalty to
Silver Lake. This loyalty manifests itself in many ways. School
activities involve students from all four towns comprising the
school district. Friendships cut across town lines. There is col-
lective pride by the community in the accomplishments of
students no matter whether they excel in the academic pro-
gram or interscholastic athletics.
Student ties are directed solely to Silver Lake. For students
growing up in the four-town area this is the only high school
they have known.
The passage of time has proven the wisdom of the regional
school concept and of the motto E Pluribus Unum — One
Out of Many.
Silver Lake Regional School District Committee
BRENDAN I. DALTON, CHAIRMAN
GEORGE W. CUSHMAN, SECRETARY
ROBERT R. BARBIERI
VIRGINIA M. CROSBY
FRANCIS C. DOWNING
HENRY D. HAMMOND, JR.
PRISCILLA R. HOLZWORTH
HOWARD B. MacFARLANE
RALPH B. MENDALL
HENRY G. TRIMBLE
MR. ARTHUR P. SILVESTER
MR. CHESTER T. RAY
Superintendent of Schools,
Silver Lake Regional School
MR. FRANCIS M. MORAN
Assistant Superintendent of
MRS. ELINOR CHURCHILL
Dean of Girls
MR. THOMAS C. BARHAM
Department Head, Social Studies
MR. ARTHUR HAND
Director of Guidance
MRS. ELSIE LOOTZ
MRS. ALICE D. MERZ
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Senior Homeroom Representatives
E. Backus, P. Alfieri, M. Benea, L. Gustafson, R. Carleton, E. Fitzgerald, S. Sturtevant, A. Antoniotti,
Now, as Seniors, we look back over six eventful years at Silver Lake and let our thoughts dwell on many
memorable experiences. Our first thought is of the bewildered group that gathered in the Little Theatre
in September of 1958. Who would then have dreamed that we would ever see graduation day? Our first
dance "The Seventh Grade Satellite Swing" was a success and tended to strengthen our friendships.
We continued the tradition of presenting a class dance in the eighth grade with "The Shillelagh Shag."
This time we had a contest for choosing the name of the dance for which the winner received two
tickets. We participated in the science-countdown during this year, and a member of our class represented
us in the State-wide contest. We climaxed the year by presenting the musical production "The Forest
In junior high we formed many lasting friendships, but it was during our first year in high school that
we started to take an active part in school activities. It was this year that we established the custom of
having a squad of freshman cheerleaders to cheer for the freshman boys at games. Our girls may not
have been as smooth as the varsity, but they were effective and very enthusiastic. Our annual dance
"The Klompendanse" or the "Dance of the Wooden Shoes," was highlighted by the music of Kenny
Pimental and His Rhythm Aces. With the aid of our advisors, Mrs. Breen and Mr. Minnock, and our class
officers, President; Gary Lunt, Vice-President; JoAnn Reardon, Secretary; Mary Nicholson, Treasurer-
Daniel Burke and Historian,- Marianne Cote, our class had quite a successful year.
1 959 brought us a little closer to our dream of being seniors, for we became sophomores. We elected
as President; Daniel Burke, Vice President; JoAnn Reardon, Secretary; Mary Nicholson, Treasurer,- JoAnn
Randall, and Historian,- Elizabeth True. Our class dance was not quite as elaborate as in past years!
We had a record hop after one of the basketball games, and because of restrictions as to attire, the
attendance was poor. This year proved to be a year of awards for our class. One of our girls became
the F.F.A. Sweetheart, and one of our boys won the annual F.F.A. speaking contest. We were well
represented in the dramatic club play which took first place at Sharon in the district Drama Festival.
A large number of our members were inducted into the Honor Society, and many of the boys played
The class officers for our junior year were President; Greg Lennox, Vice President; Daniel Burke, Secre-
tary; Mary Nicholson, Treasurer; JoAnn Randall, and Historian; Ellen Fitzgerald. Along with the execu-
tive board and the advisors, Mr. Coakley and Mrs. Bjornholm, they carried on the business of our
class. Many of the juniors took the two hour P.S.A.T. exam complete with fire drill in the middle! In
January we held a food sale to raise money to defray the cost of the decorations for the Junior Prom.
The committees began their work early, and we spent many an evening painting trees, dying cheese
cloth blue, making stars, and creating a castle. When all of these things were finally assembled in the
gym and covered with angel hair, a "Wonderland by Night" emerged. We danced to the music of the
Bridgewater State Orchestra. The highlights of the evening were the Grand March, (which represented
many long hours of practice) and the selection of the Queen and her Court. We presented gifts to our
advisors,- to Mrs. Bjornholm some flowers, to Mr. Coakley, an empty box which we filled later! Question:
Who lost the cufflinks? Dinner at the Bourne Mill concluded the evening.
Finally in September of 1 962, we became seniors. After hearing speeches from each candidate cam-
paigning for a class office, we chose as President; Vincent Cogliano, Vice-President,- Angelo DiMario,
Secretary; Mary Nicholson, Treasurer; JoAnn Randall, and Historian; Marilyn Shaw. Our advisors, Mrs.
Nathanson and Mr. Hand helped us plan the many activities for the year. Our Senior Class Play, "My
Three Angels" was very successful, and credit should be given to all people who worked on it for their
fine production. In planning Senior Week activities, it was decided to omit a picnic because the class
was too large, and to hold our catered banquet in the gym.
Graduation brings an end to our high school years, but it does not dim our pleasant memories. Al-
though friends and acquaintances may part, we know that the ties of good fellowship formed here at
school will continue in the "years to come.
Marilyn E. Shaw
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
ANGELO THOMAS DiMARIO
Sports . . . parties . . . "Who's for
sharing lockers?" . . . What a smile
. . . Art . . . Vinny . . . College.
MARY MARGARET NICHOLSON
"Are you for real?" . . . boys . . .
Chris . . . Paula . . . Whitman-Hanson,
anyone? . . . Senior F.F.A. Sweetheart.
JOANN NOEl RANDALL
"Oh, welll" . . . org, mist, flutist
perfectionist . . . olwoy <n the go
Silver Loke's Regional Bank
skiing . . . W.P.I. . . . smart
clothes . . . AUSTINHEALEY . . .
WILLIAM ALBERT ADAIR
loves to bowl . . . seems shy, but really
. . summer in Monponsett.
WILLIAM RICHARD ARRUDA
"What can I say?" ... 55 Ford . . .
fun loving . . . anything for a good
PAULA LEE ALFIERI
"That's a good deal" . . . Chris,
... a talent for comedy .
NANCY ELLEN ANDERSON
"oh, brother" . . . found around
Plympton . . . always getting into
mischief . . . loyal friend.
ALMA ANNA ANTONIOTTI
Toots . . . "bad news" . . . only stops
talking to eat . . . blonde bomber . . .
"Me, a brownie?"
EDWARD LEO BACKUS
"Whattya want — a pat on the head?"
Jim, Seppo, Larry . . . appreciates
beauty and beauties.
JEAN MAY BAKER
"You eat bugs" . . . Middleboro
. . . anything for a laugh . . .
swimming . . . pep and vitality.
NANCY JEAN BARTLETT
"Forget it" . . . "True wit is ever-
lasting" . . . Plymouth . . . nursing
wats* ekiing . . . cheerleader . . .
the T. Bird taxi . . . boys, boys,
boys . . . headed for the Univer-
sity of Mass.
BARBARA ANNE SRI
baked potatoes ond vanilla Ice
cream . . . seeks secretarial work
Mory. Coihy. Glenna . . .
MARY CHERYL BENEA
"And I'm not about to" . . . one
of those Senior art students . . .
aims for nursing school.
RICHARD ALLEN BENEV1DES
quiet . . . only if you don't know
him . . . always counting the days
'til graduation . . . one of those
JOY DIANNE BOUDREAU
happy-go-lucky . . . new cars, new
things . . . badminton (ug) . . .
Leland's . . . easy charm.
CANDANCE MARIE BRADFORD
"You'll get over it" ... to sleep
for a week . . . IBM operator . . .
VANESSA BAKER BRADFORD
"really??" ... the great debater
. . . never say yes ... "I haven't
a thing to wear" . . . New Eng.
Tel & Tel
ROBERT FRANCIS BURBANK
'61 Chevy Impala convertible .
Uncle Henri in class play .
Silver Lake's Vaughn Meader
RONALD DAVID BURGESS
wants to bo a policcmon . . thoso
jokes in Post can be found in
Holifox . . . "Walk Right In" . . .
Govt. - hard???
RICHARD JOHN BUHL
always ready to argue . . . roller
skating ... "I hope this year is
better than last!" . . . autos
"goodness" . . . smiling . . . Girls'
State . . . that giggle . . . B.S.C.
. . . Manomet . . . left, right —
DORIS DEIKA BURGHOLZER
"Toolic" . . secretory . . "Go
play in the ilreel numi
"I'd rather do I! myself'' . <lh
DANIEL FRANCIS BURKE
quiet . . . Hot Ford . . . Honor
Society Pres. ... Ivy League . . .
likes money . . . popularity plus
ROBERT HAROLD CARLETON
New Hampshire express . . . hot
rod . . . takes everything in stride
. . . mild-mannered but n-i-c-e
RICHARD DENNIS CHAHARYN
quiet, but helpful . . . parlez-vous
Spanish? . . . that boyhood in Ros-
lindale . . . wide awake? in home-
DAVID HAROLD CHASE
"You're out of your mind." . . .
sports . . . Whitman-Hanson . . . found
with everyone . . . "I'm not a snob!"
JANET ELIZABETH CLARK
"Forget about it." . . . basketball
games , . . lively, quick wit .
"shorty" . . . haunts Tassy's . . .
FLORA IRENE COLE
pizza . . . Audrey, Donna . . . pleasant
. . . agreeable . . .
LEE REGINALD COLE
New Hampshire . . tall and bond-
tome . . . monitor . . . noat dresser
. Adonis . . .
CHARLES DWIGHT CURTISS, JR.
Band and orchestra . . . Three Lunch
Periods . . . Majoring in study . . .
Target Shoofing . . . cars . . .
PAUL BENEDICT CUDDYER, JR.
likes school, cars, girls (in that order?)
. . . The Librarian . . .
KATHLEEN ANN DAVIS
alwoys loaded down wilh art work
dependable, diligent, and capable
sense of humor with artistic flair.
KAREN ELAINE EVERSON
"That's hurtin' "... can be serious
and frank . . . double-dates . . . likes
to have a good time.
ROBERT JAMES EZEKIEL
white convertible . . . Tedeschi's .
for a good time . . . "Is that right?"
to get ahead in the world.
KATHLEEN ELLEN FEARING
"Good things come to those who wait"
. . . Texas . . . gentle manner . .
quiet smile . . . sweet.
FREDERICK ROBBINS FICKS
"best" . . . works on cars, paints and
customizes ... to be a forestry worker
. . . Paul and Charley.
TERRY SANDRA FIELD
"slightly" . . . Terry and that Sunbeam
mixer . . . "Peanuts" . . . National
Merit . . . Music festivals.
ELLEN PATRICIA FITZGERALD
"you're kidding" . . . tall people . .
majorettes . . . "to marry a million
aire" . . . Kingston . . . '55 Ford
MARY ALICE FORD
sincerity . . . truthfulness and a quiet
disposition . . . Donna, Laura . . . de-
pendability is middle name
JUDITH LOUISE FOWLER
"I got a letter" . . . humorous . . .
Karen M . . . Plymouth . . . "little
DARRYL EDWARD GAllETTI
Air Forc» . . . glrli . . Todoithr
. . . locktr troubls . . . "beoutv"
G«ne . . . milfc frvf^. . wild child
DIANE MARIE GARUTI
"What a nut you are" . . . umpteen
passengers in town taxi . . . always a
friend . . . found fuming at Tassy's
NANCY RAE GAUQUIER
paraphrases marvelously . . often
found in B raintree . . . quiet but ex-
ROXANNE LIZBETH GILE
"Oh, my" . . . cadets . . . mischievous
. . . Mutt . . . always in the fun . . .
DOROTHY PATRICIA GOSLIN
hockey . . . the crutches kid .
Lakers' No. 1 fan . . . energetic .
another Goslin but no QB
JOANN FRANCIS GAVONI
with a smile on her face . . . Plymouth
. . . the manner that wins . . . friendly
eyes . . . office practice
PAUL SANDS HAMMOND
always in the garage . . . "that's
best" . . . what an artist . . . those
summers at Manomet cottage
LINDA ELAINE GUSTAFSON
Franklin . . . parties . . . sweet and sin-
cere . . . beautiful green eyes . . .
RICHARD ALLEN HANSEN
from Thompson Academy . . . chief
cook and bottlewasher at Ho-Jo's . . .
"It just hit me."
JOSEPH JEFFERY HEBERT
what a star out on the field . . . boy,
can he twistl . . . automotive . . .
keeps teachers jumpin'.
Thompson Academy ... try anything
once . . . "It just hit me!" . . . hot
car??? . . . Ho-Jo's.
JAMES CHARLES HAYWARD
Fords!!! . . . likes keeping cars in one
piece . . . hard worker . . . seen at
ROBERT MICHAEL HEMPHILL
hot ticket . . . "Boy, what look you so
long?" . . . flirt . . . gets along just
fine in Ec . . . 'Ittle.
ARTHUR CHARLES HENNESSEY
"How about that?" . . . hockey
roller skating ... to be a jucc«m'uI
businessman . . . reserved.
ROBERT FREDERICK HIRD
bosketboll . . Plymouth .shy and
bashful . others say different
good worker . dependable.
"Let's meet some boys from out of
town!" . . . head cheerleading . . .
Soph F.F.A. Sweetheart . . . charm plus.
ROBERT FICHER HOINGHAUS
"Hawong" . . . trig and calculus . . .
baseball, track, basketball . . . manager
turned runner . . . turkey at midnight.
MEREDITH GAYLE HIRSHON
pleasing individuality . . . "Oh, hi"
. . . gifted personality with honest sin-
cerity . . . alert . . . crazy clothes.
HELEN MARIE JAMESON
"Ltlli" . . . reading ... to travel
hopes to be a good office worker
"For Pete's sake" . . . full of fun.
DAVID WILLIAM INMAN
"You bird!" . . . short wave radio fan
, . . So. Halifax . . . cars . . . shy but
diligent . . . aggy boy.
RICHARD BRIAN JOHNSON
hunting . . . hopes to be an electrician
. . . Paul, Charlie . . . fun loving . . .
"Ritchie" . . . silent to those who don't
RITA ELAINE KEOUGH
"I'm not chewing gum" . . . horseback
riding . . . hairdressing . . . generous,
NANCY ANN KING
petite . . . quiet and sweet . . . some
smile . . . always on the go . . . loves
school (?) . . . Kingston center.
DONNA LOUISE KUMAS
"ring- a-ding. ding" . . alwayl imilmg
mart clothot . . . found ot Jordan's
good porionoliry "I havo to
"So what?" . , . future nurse . . . does
everything fast . . . antics in the nurse's
office . . .calm and pleasant.
JOSEPH MARINE KONKEt
hay farmer . . . Student Council V.I. P.
... a Chris Shenkel fan (NO!) . . .
agricultural engineer . . . member of
DONNA RAE LAMARINE
photography . . quiet but very
friendly ... la petite fleur . . . joined
Laker clan in Senior year.
CHARLES WESTCOTT LANTZ
seems quiet — but is he? . . . we know
better . . . pet peeve — teachers! . . .
ever-ready smile . . . red hot Ford . . .
SEPPO HENRY LEHTO
"ain't that - a kick in the head?"
ham of the Senior Class Play
budding genius . . . PUNS!!!
CHARLES GREGORY LENNOX
"Mickey" . . . chemistry . . . "to be a
dentist" . . . "Friday is TI-DAY!" . . .
dynamite in disguise.
JONATHAN FRANKLIN LINDQUIST
"That's the way the mop flops" . .
hunting and bowling . . . college . .
"to be a fishery biologist" . . . "Link."
ELMER RUSSELL LINDVAHL
clanky carburetors . . . cows . . .
"Walk Like A Man" . . . executive
CHARLES MARTIN MANGIO
"Chuck" ... '52 Dodge . . . oorly
morning hourjl . . . "What i-. Ihii
modneu?" . . . forestry.
cor». cars, con . . . mechanic — tho
jtory of hi» life Richard. David.
Eddie . . . what o imilo . . . clou
EDWIN CALVIN MATHEWS
basketball . . . money . . . U.S.
History — easy Ed . . . guitar . . .
to be a millionaire . . . likeable.
ALICE JANE McINTOSH
"Toby" . . . wonderful kid .
that sense of humor! . . , and what
a laugh . . . likes to read, play
PAMELA LEE McALONEY
likes to dance . . . Plymouth and
Brockton ... Mr. Doughnut . . .
"You're gonna get it!" ... so-
PHILIP ARTHUR McCORMACK
always happy . . . busy . . . car-
pentry . . . big smile . . . reserved
. . . those days away from school!!!
JOHN DANIEL McKAY
"Fords don't go" . . . Cars, Cars,
Cars ... to become an automotive
specialist . . .. skiing . . . 409.
EUGENE RICHARD MEDEIROS, JR.
mixed up kid!?! . . . party goer
. . . happy-go-lucky . . . future
architect . . . Falling Rain . . .
PATRICIA ANN MERRILL
"What are you up to now?" . . .
found in library . . . loves to sing
. . . bowling . . . "Pot."
JAMES VICTOR MIGLIER1NI
current events . . . strictly Demo-
cratic . . . hails from Boston . . .
"That's wrong, Mr. Splaine" . . .
ROBERT LESLIE MERRY
■ smile . . . unaffected person-
/ . . . carpenter extraordinaire
RICHARD ALDEN MORGAN
carpentry . . . never changes in a
changing world . . . always depend-
able . . . "Dick" . . . really the
KAREN LOUISE MUTRIE
loves driving . . . always daydream-
ing . . . abolish homcworklll . . .
DIANE MARIE NAVA
friendly ond cheerful . abundant
charm . future nurse, two years
Pre> tamatt, sympathetic na-
"Johnnie" . . . basketball . . . found
in corridors . . . good sport . . .
LINDA ANN NICHOLAS
sweet, smiling personality . . . lots
of fun, but shy . . . shining, dark
hair . . . nonconformist.
ROBERT MARSH NEWCOMB
"Hub" . . . hiking, fishing . . .
pharmacist ... if you like to laugh
. . . sincere and considerate.
WILBERT RICHARD NICKERSON
underclass girls . . . "How poorl"
... to be an industrial design
artist . . . Plympton . . . mega-
phones . . . flirtatious.
"Gut-en Morgen" . . . from Germany
. . . the silence hides a thinker — and
a friend . . . math whiz.
SANDRA LEE NORDIN
"Minnie" . . . likes to sew, makes
beautiful clothes . . . "Keep smiling;
things could be worse" . . . sweet.
EDMUND ARTHUR NORRIE
"You dope" . . . hot Chevy . . . fun
loving . . . with an unassuming grin
. . . "Eddie" . . . blond bomber.
"Bubble" . . . problems, problems . , .
skating . . . dancing . . . "Can I
stond it Donno, Judy . . . lo
ANN ELIZABETH O'BRIEN
"How about that?" . . . tennis .
the twins . . . thot basketball team
to be an airline hostess . . . calm.
JAMES WHELTON O FIHELLY
"Bobo" . . . Plymouth . . . will the bond
do without your drums? . . . "Chovlei
don't go" . . with the fellows in
"Oakie" . . . office practice . . . class
clown . . . sports . . . Pembroke bowl-
ing alley . . . fun, fun, fun.
JUDITH ANN PARKER
I'll be dipped!!" . . . two of them!!!
. . horses ... to be phys. ed. teacher
. . office practice.
JUDITH MAE POPE
alumni . . . ra sea I . . . "genius in
disguise" . . . smiley . . . Cape Cod
BARRY GORDON PRATT
football . . . versatile . . . week-
ends ... a lot of living to do . . .
musician . . . debonaire.
MARY ELIZABETH PRICE
Whitman dances . . . "That's the
way the ball bounces" . . . Barbara
. . . hair-stylist . . . pleasing man-
MARSHA EDITH RANDALL
"rhmarty ponthl" . . . ploys the
trumpet jolly . . . willingness
to help . "wise guyll" . long,
DAVID LANG PRATT
"Muscles" . . . weight lifting, shot
putting . . . track . . . Milton &
Marshfield . . . tall, dark, hand-
FRANCIS EDWARD PRESCOTT
teachah . . . Mr. Randall's favor-
ite?!?! Pembroke Drug . . . "Don't
be the rowdy" . . . full of mischief.
"Soy something!!" ... so friendly
dislikes nothing . . cheer-
loodlng rrally neot dresser
. . . cafe monitor
LINDA MARIE RUPRECHT
"Oh, well" . . . reading, drawing,
painting . . . merry laughter, quiet
unruffled manner . . . commercial
PETER JOSEPH SGARZI
"Cool as a mud duck!" . . . moni
tor . . . Lee . . . Let's Gol . .
MARY LOU SAYLES
"Soupy" . , . water skiing , . .
class play (!) .. . . "Love conquers
all" . . . lovely eyes . . . ballet.
WILLIAM TIMOTHY SCANLAN
"Cusin' Bill" . . . "Hello" ... re-
cipient of Mr. Randall's W.T.D.P.O.'s
. . . Erin Ga Braugh.
LAURENCE DAVIS SEARS
Good Government . . . books,
books, and more books . . . "the
whole bit!" . . . delightful . . .
CURTIS ARTHUR SHAW
"Surely you're jesting?" ... to
have a Corvette . . . tall, blond
. . . Plympton . . . "Curt" . . .
GUY ALWIN SILVESTER
"Will somebody make a motion so I
can appoint a committee??" . . . hunt-
ing and fishing . . . "Hi, Dad!" . . .
easy going ways.
RICHARD EVERELL SMITH
"that's what you think" . . . record
hops — some limbo . . . another auto-
motive boy . . . eighth grade jester!!!
DIANE ELAINE SOUSA
steady, and reliable with a sure grin
for everyone . . . Girl Scout . . . pa-
jama parties . . . band.
DIANE BARBARA STANLEY
"Passion Flower" . . . roller skating
. . . U.N. . . loves homework!!! . . .
homeroom antics . . . novcr idle.
WILLIAM HENRY STILES
•Bill" . . . Tedesc!" nulelll"
. . . Carpentry . . . more thon
. . disposed to goodwill.
DONNA MARIE STURTEVANT
"oh, broth- -pry oasy to get
along with . . . bubbling personality
II make a good nurse.
SHIRLEY MAE STURTEVANT
good student . . , horseback riding
... a true Sturtevant's Chick . . .
wants to teach elementary school . . .
WINIFRED ALMA SWANSON
Florida . . . boys . . . radio fan .
Linda, Diane . . . "Oh, what a nice
hairdo" . . . "Forget about it!!"
PHILLIP JAMES TARANTINO
"Hey, Baby Boy" . . . has a talent for
art, which he hopes to carry on to art
school . . . likes sports of all types . . .
dark and handsome.
MILDRED CARROLL TEWKSBURY
always smiling . . . friendly . . . Gail
and Doris . . . sewing . . . future sec-
retary . . . "Milly."
LINDA RUTH TIMMONS
tranquil . . . but wait till she's with he
friends . . . light-hearted and gay . .
un with Angie.
ROSALIND EDITH TISON
"You used to couldn't" . . . Butch and
Bobby . . . talkative, lively and full of
energy . . . anything for a friend.
WILLIAM LEONARD TORREY
"To heck with it!!" . . . Mr. Barclay
. . . to radio school . . . announcer
. . . debating . . . U.N. Trip.
ELIZABETH SYLVIA TRUE
"B.T." . . . Silver Lake's star debater
. . . enjoys a conversation . . . "Wanna
buy a Laker Legend?"
BARBARA JEAN TUBMAN
"Barb" . . . serene . . . pleasing
warmth . . . "Sorry, no boys in chorus
this year" . .
CLEON HAROLD TURNER
"Clem" . . . bowling . . . "You rang??"
. . . art support for Yearbook ... to
be a commercial artist . . . Kingston.
DONNA LOUISA WALSH
"Don" . . . big brother . "good
grief" . . sincere . . oh. K> iwoct
. . . hotel gelling up jecrelory.
KAREN KAY WALSH
"K K." . . full of fun . . Ml»» Noppil
fncnd crowded bowling alley*
. con be found working on French
ROBERT EDWARD WILLS
Girls, girls, girls . . . full of fun . . .
Ray, Vin . . . twist . . . "You some
kind of nut?" . . . Hayford's store.
DAVID ALAN WRIGHT
"Haven't gained a pound in five
years!" . . . booky joint in 1 13 . . .
basketball . . . success is his ultimate
PHOEBE JAN WOODWARD
rollerskating . . . library . . . "I'i
going over the store!" . . . Rainbow .
bogs . . . clarinet and oboe.
person . . .
'1 got a
. . . loves
. . "a
WILLIAM ADAIR: Science Club 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Gym Club 1;
Track 2; Cross Country 1
PAULA ALFIERI: Future Nurses 2,3,4, secretary 3; Chorus 2; Drum Major-
ettes 3,4; Freshman Cheerleaders; Junior Prom 3; Executive Board 4
ALMA A. ANTONIOTTI: Student Council 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4, treasur-
er 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monitor Squad 3,4; Junior
Prom 3; Senior Class Play 4; Science Fair 2,3; Executive Board 4
WILLIAM R. ARRUDA: Rifle Club 2; Football 4; Gym Club 2; Track 1;
Junior Prom 3; Monitor Squad 1,4; Senior Reception 3
VANESSA B. BRADFORD: Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Dra-
matics Club 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Debate Club 1,2,3,4; Laker Legend 1,2,3,4;
Announcing Staff 1,2,3,4
JOHN R. BUHL: Debate Club 1,2; Laker Legend 1,2,4
ROBERT F. BURBANK: Senior Class Play 4; Spanish Club 4; Band 1;
GEORGIANNA BURGESS: Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Library Club
4; Future Teachers 1,2,3,4, secretary 2, vice-president; Chorus 1,2,3,4;
Junior Prom 3; Laker Legend 2,3,4; New England Chorus 3; S.E.M.S.B.A.
1; Girls' State; Student Council 4
RONALD D. BURGESS: Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Prom 3; Spanish Club 4
DORIS D. BURGHOLZER: Yearbook Staff 4
DANIEL F. BURKE: Class Treasurer 1, Class President 2, Class Vice-
president 3; Student Council 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3;
Football 1,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Track 1; Spanish Club 4
IRENE M. BUTLER: Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Future Teachers
1,2,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class Play 4; Laker Legend 2,3,4
EDWARD L. BACKUS: Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class Play 4; Dramatics
Club 3,4; Science Club 2; Key Club 3,4, vice-president 4; Debate Club 2,3;
Science Fair 2,3; Student Council 4; Executive Board 4
JEAN M. BAKER: Executive Board 1; Home Ec. Club 1,2,3,4, vice president
1, secretary 2,3; Future Teachers 1,2,3,4
CHRISTINE BALTZER: Honor Society 3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Junior Prom 3;
Cheerleaders 2,3; Freshman Cheerleaders, co-captain
JAMES R. BARROW: Junior Prom 3 .
NANCY J. BARTLETT: Student Council 1; Yearbook S'aff 4; Dramatics
Club 3; Pep Squad 3; Junior Prom 3; Future Nurses 2; Senior Class Play
DONALD H. BEARCE: Chorus 2,3; Football 1,2,3,4, co-captain 4; Track 2;
Junior Prom 3; Hall Monitor 3,4
BARBARA A. BELL: Basketball 2; Junior Prom 3
MARY C. BENEA: Student Council 2,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Future Nurses
2,3,4, vice-president 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; New England Chorus 3; Pep
Squad 3; Junior Prom 3; Executive Board 3,4; Monitor Squad 3,4, captain 4;
Laker Legend 1; Senior Class Play 4
DAVID B. BERRIDGE: Key Club 3,4; Football 3.4; Debate Club 1; Track
3,4; Monitor Squod 3
JAMES D. BILL: Yeorbook 4, editor; Dramatics Club 2.3,4; Science Club 1,2;
Key Club 3,4; Debate Club 1,2; Laker Legend 1,2,4; Announcing Staff
1,3.4; Senior Closs Ploy 4 ; Student Council 4; Science Fair 2.3
WEBSTER B. CAIN: Debate Club 1,2; Junior Prom 3; Boys' State 3
VIRGINIA R. CALVERT: Senior Class Play 4; Chorus 2,3; Pep Squad 2;
Junior Prom 3
ROBERT H. CARLETON: Student Council 2,3; Dramatics Club 3,4; Junior
Prom 3; Executive Board 2,3,4; Senior Class Play 4; Yeorbook 4
RICHARD D. CHAHARYN: Spanish Club 2.3
DAVID H. CHASE: Basketball 1.2,3; Track 2,3
VINCENT A COGLIANO: Senior Class Play 4; Chorus 3,4; Football 1,2,3;
Baseball I; Class President 4; Yearbook 4
JOE D. COLBURN: Student Council 2,3.4; Dramatics Club 2.3; Key Club
2,3,4; Track 1; F.F.A. 2,3,4, scntinol 3. vicc-prcsldont 2, president 4;
Executive Board 2
LEE R. COLE: Yearbook Staff 4 ; Science Club 2; Basketball 1. Track 2;
Monitor Squad 4
ANGELA K. COLLINS: Glee Club 2,3
CATHERINE N. COSTA: Senior Class Play 4; Chorus 2,3; Basketball 2;
Pep Squad 1; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Executive Board 2
MARIANNE COTE: Class Historian 1 ; Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff
4; Library Club 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; French Club 3; Science Club 2,3;
Future Teachers 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 3,4; Junior Prom 3; Field
Hockey 1; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Laker Legend 2,4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2; South
Eastern District Orchestra 1,2,3,4; New Enaland Orchestra 2,3,4; Student
KATHLEEN E. FEARING: Student Council 1; Honor Society 2,3,4; Chorus
1,2,3; Drill Team 3
TERRY S. FIELD: Yearbook Staff 2,4; Dramatics Club 4; French Club 3;
Band 1,2,3,4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3,4; New England 3; Orchestra 4; Junior Prom
3; Chorus 4; Senior Class Play 4
ELLEN P. FITZGERALD: Class Historian 3; Student Council 3,4; Chorus
1,2,3,4; Drum Majorettes 2,3,4, co-captain 4,- Basketball 2,3; Pep Squad;
Monitor Squad 4; Cheerleaders 1; Executive Board 1,2,3; Senior Class
MARY A. FORD: Future Nurses 3,4
JUDY L. FOWLER: Chorus 2
GEORGE C. FRISBEE: Senior Class Play 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Pep Squad
2,3; Junior Prom 3; Track 3
EUGENE B. FULMINE: Basketball 1,2; Football 1; Track 1,2,4; Cross
DARRYL E. GALLETTI: Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2,3,4; Art Festival 1,2,4;
Junior Prom 3
Council 4; Senior Class Play 4; Science Fair 2,3; Announcing Staff 1,2,3,4,
DIANE M. GARUTI: Yearbook 4; Senior Class Play 4; Dramatics Club 4;
Pep Squad 2; Junior Prom 3
CHARLES D. CURTISS: Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4
EDMOND DANDENEAU: Student Council 1,2; Senior Class Play 3,4; Dra-
matics Club 3,4; Basketball 1; Pep Squad 2,3; Tool Club; Junior Prom
CHERYL A. DAVIS: Library Club 4
KATHLEEN A. DAVIS: Field Hockey 1; Announcing Staff 3
ANGELO T. Dl MARIO: Class Vice-President 4; Student Council 4; Basket-
ball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4
RICHARD J. DOUGHERTY: Baseball 2; Art Festival 1,2,4; Junior Prom 3
KAREN E. EVERSON: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Art Festival 1,2,4
ROBERT J. EZEKIEL: Yearbook Staff 4; Office Practice 4; Executive Board 4
ROXANNE L. GILE: Executive Council 1; Student Council 2,3,4, secretary
3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4, secretary 4; Yearbook Staff 2,4; Senior Class
Play 4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4, president 4; Science Club 2; Future Teachers
1,2; Chorus 1,2; Drum' Majorettes 2,3,4, co-captain 3, captain 4; Basketball
3,4; S.E.M.S.C.A. 2,4, secretary 4; Laker Legend 1; Junior Prom 3; Cheer-
leaders 1; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2
DOROTHY P. GOSLIN: Basketball 1; Gym Club 1; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4
JOANN F. GOVONI: Latin Club 2; Lab Staff 2; Travel Club 3; Softball 3
LINDA E. GUSTAFSON: Student Council 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Year-
book Staff 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Pep Squad 3; Drill Team 3; Junior Prom
3; Executive Board 3,4; Monitor Squad 4; Senior Class Play
PAUL S. HAMMOND: Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,3,4; New England Band 3;
S.E.M.S.B.A. 3; Junior Prom 3
MICHAEL R. HEMPHILL: Football 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3; Junior
Prom 3; Spanish Club 4
ARTHUR C. HENNESSEY, Track 1,2,3
MEREDITH G. HIRSHON: Student Council 3 ; Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics
Club 2; Future Nurses 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,4; Pep Squad 3; Laker Legend
ROBERT F. HOINGHAUS: Basketball 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3
CHRISTINE HOWARD: Student Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class
Play 4; Future Nurses 2,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4, captain
4; Executive Board 2,3
DAVID W. INMAN: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. Executive Board 1,2,3; F.F.A.
HELEN M. JAMESON: Student Council 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 2,3;
Field Hockey 2,3,4; Junior Prom
SANDRA J. JOUBERT: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 3; Junior Prom 3
RITA E. KEOUGH: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1
DONNA R. LA MARINE: Latin Club
CHARLES W. LANTZ: Key Club 3,4; Junior Prom 3
SEPPO H. LEHTO: Honor Society 3, vice president 4; Yearbook Staff 4;
Senior Class Play 4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Debate Club
1,2,3,- Announcing Staff 2,3,4; Lake Legend 1,2; Student Council 4; Science
CHARLES G. LENNOX: Class President 3; Student Council, vice-president
3, president 4; Chorus 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Gym Club 1;
Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Monitor Squad 3,4; Laker Legend 2,3; Junior Prom
3; Spanish Club 3,4
ELMER R. LINDVALL: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Executive Board 1,2,3,4
BONNIE J. LOOMER: Yearbook Staff 4; Science Club 2,3; Future Teachers
2,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Spanish Club 4
ALAN J. MacCORMACK: Honor Society 2,3,4; Baseball 3
JANET M. MALONI: Dramatics Club 3,4; French Club 4; Future Teachers
2,3,4, secretary 4 ; Debate Club 1,2
CHARLES M. MANGIO: French Club 4; Key Club 3,4; Track 2
EDWIN C. MATHEWS: Chorus 2,3; Basketball 3,4; Orchestra 2,3
PHILIP A. McCORMACK: Senior Class Play 4; Dramatics Club 4; Tool Club;
Junior Prom 3
ALICE J. MclNTOSH: Student Council 4; Future Nurses 2,3; Chorus 2,4;
Junior Prom 3
JOHN D. McKAY: Soccer, Track, Cross Country
ARTHUR H. KINCH: Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class Play 4; Track 2;
Cafeteria Monitor 3; Junior Prom
DONNA L. KLIMAS: Student Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class
Play 4; Junior Prom 3; Executive Board 1
JOSEPH KUNKEL: Student Council 3,4, vice-president 4; Key Club 3,4; Base-
ball Manager 1,2; Executive Board 3; Junior Prom 3; Spanish Club 2;
ROTA KVELUMS: Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics Club
1,2,3,4; Science Club 1,2,3,4, secretary 3, president 4; Future Nurses 2,3,4;
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Laker Legend 2,3,4; Debate Club 1;
Announcing Staff 2,3,4; New England Chorus 3
PATRICIA A. MERRILL: Library Club 3,4; Future Nurses 3,4; Chorus 4;
Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Laker Legend 4; Announcing Staff
ROBERT L. MERRY: Senior Class Play 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Tool Club;
Junior Prom 3
DIANE M. NAVA: Student Council 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff, Business Editor;
Chorus 1,2,4; Junior Prom 3; Future Nurses, 1,2,3,4, vice-president 2,
MARY M. NICHOLSON: Class Secretary 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,4;
Yearbook Staff 4; Future Nurses 3; Chorus 1; Basketball 2; Pep Squad 3;
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Drill Team 3; Cheerleaders 1; Senior
Class Play 4; Executive Board 1,2,3,4
WILBERT R. NICKERSON: Key Club 2,3,4; Art Festival 2; Junior Prom
SANDRA L. NORDIN: Student Council 2; Chorus 1,2; Junior Prom 3
EDWARD A. NORRIE: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, treasurer 1,2, executive board 1.2,3
ANNE E. O'BRIEN: Senior Class Play 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4
DAVID O'CONNOR: Basketball 2,3; Baseball 2; Gym Club 1; Spanish Club
PATRICIA O'CONNOR: Student Council 3; Yearbok Staff 4; Junior Prom
JAMES W. O'FIHELLY: Band 3,4
JOAN S. PARKER: Honor Society 3,4; Yearbok Staff 4; Basketball 1,2,3;
Tennis 3; Chorus 4
Student Council 2, treasurer 3,4; Class treasurer 2,3,4; Laker Legend 2;
Dramatics Club 3; Cheerleaders 1, Co-captain; Yearbook Staff 4; Honor
Society 2,3, historian 4
MARSHA E. RANDALL: Yearbook Staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 2; Tennis 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Junior
Prom 3; S.E.M.S.B.A., New England Band 3,4; Girls' State
JOANN REARDON: Class vice-president 1,2; Student Council 2; Yearbook
Staff 4; Chorus 1,2,4; Field Hockey 1; Junior Prom 3; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4
LINDA M. RUPRECHT: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 2,3
MARY LOU SAYLES: Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class Play 4; Field Hockey 1;
Junior Prom 2; Spanish Club 3; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4; Girls' State
JUDITH A. PARKER: Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball
1,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4
GAIL PERKINS: Chorus 1; Home Ec. Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3
DWIGHT PIERCE: Gym Club 2,3; Track 3,4; Weightlifting Club 2
JUDITH M. POPE: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 2,4; Drum Majorettes 4; Bas-
ketball 2,3; Pep Squad 2; Junior Prom 3; Executive Board 2,3
BARRY G. PRATT: Student council 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4;
Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Gym Club 1; Pep Squad 2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4;
S.E.M.S.B.A. 1,2,3,4; New England Chorus 3,4; All State Chorus 3; South-
eastern District Chorus 2,3
DAVID L. PRATT: Rifle Club 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor
FRANCIS E. PRESCOTT: Basketball 3; Gym Club 1
PHILIP R. PROCTOR: Yearbook Staff 4; Library Club 4; Chess Club 1;
Rifle Club 1; Key Club 3,4; Debate Club 1; Junior Prom 3
JoANN N. RANDALL: Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4;
Southeastern District Band 1,2,- S.E.M.S.B.A. 1,2,3; New England Concert
Festival 3,4; Future Teachers 1, treasurer 2, vice-president 3, president 4;
WILLIAM T. SCANLAN: Spanish Club 1,2; vice-president 3; Senior Class
ROGER W. SEAMANS: Basketball 3; Baseball 1
LAWRENCE D. SEARS: Student Council 3; Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook
Staff 4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Debate Club 1,2,3,4; Announcing Staff
2,3,4, president 3, vice-president 4; Science Fair 3; Laker Legend 1,2
PETER J. SGARZI: Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Prom 3
CURTIS A. SHAW: Chorus 1,2
MARILYN E. SHAW: Student Council 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball
2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4, captain 4; Monitor Squad 4; Junior Prom 3;
Cheerleaders 1; Executive Board 4; Class Historian 4; Senior Class Play
GUY A. SILVESTER: Library Club 4; Key Club 2,3,4, president 4; Chorus
1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; S.E.M.S.B.A.; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Spanish
DIANE E. SOUSA: Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 4; Future Teachers
1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; Junior Prom
DIANE G. STANLEY: Dramatics Club 3,4; Science Club 2,3; Chorus 2,3,4;
Laker Legend 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Southeastern District Chorus 3; New
England Chorus 3
DONNA M. STURTEVANT: Future Nurses 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3; Junior
SHIRLEY M. STURTEVANT: Student Council 4; Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook
staff 4; Future Teachers 2; Basketball 3; Junior Prom 3; Executive Board
3; Spanish Club 3,4
WINIFRED A. SWANSON: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1,4; Junior Prom 3;
Spanish Club 3
PHILLIP J. TARANTINO: Student Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior
Class Play 4; Dramatics Club 3; Baseball 3,4; Cross Country 3; Junior
MILDRED C. TEWKSBURY: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1,2,3
LINDA R. TIMMONS: Junior Prom 3
ROSALIND E. TISON: Yearbook Staff 4; Library Club 3,4; French Club
2,3,4; Future Teachers 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,4; Laker Legend 4;
WILLIAM L. TORREY: Student Council 2,3; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Key
Club 3,4; Debate Club 1,2,3,4; Announcing Staff 2,3,4; Laker Legend 2
ELIZABETH S. TRUE: Class Historian 2; Student Council 2,4; Honor Society
2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Future Teachers 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Debate
Club 1,2,3,4, secretary 1,2,3,4; New England Chorus 3; Laker Legend
1,2,3,4, assistant editor 3, editor 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Announcing staff
1,2,3,4, secretary 1,2,3,4; Science Fair; American Legion's Oratorical
Contest 1,2; Art Festival 2
BARBARA J. TUBMAN: Chorus 1,2,3,4
CLEON H. TURNER: Yearbok Staff 3,4, Art editor 4
FRANCIS W. TURNER: Yearbook Staff 4; Football 2; Junior Prom 3; Execu-
tive Board 3,4
RICHARD C. TURNER: Football 1,2; Junior Prom 3
DONNA L. WALSH: Yearbook Staff 4; Future Nurses 3,4; Basketball 2;
Field Hockey 2
KAREN K. WALSH: Library Club 1,4; French Club 3,4; Rifle Club 2; Future
Nurses 4; Future Teachers 2; Chorus 1,4; Announcing Staff 4; Laker
BARBARA K. WELCH: Yearbook Staff 3,4; Future Nurses 3; Chorus 2
ROBERT E. WILLS: Basketball 2; Executive Board 2
PHOEBE J. WOODWARD: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Library Club
3,4; Dramatics Club 3.4; Band 1,2.3,4; Basketball 1; Student Council 4;
Debate Club 1,2; Announcing Staff 2.3.4; Orchestra 1.2,3; Loker Legend
3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Southeastern District Band 2; New England Band
3; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3
DAVID A. WRIGHT: Basketball 1,2, Gym Club I
GAIL J. WYMAN: Yearbook Staff 4 ; Chorus 2.3
FIRST ROW: D. Klimas, E. Fitzgerald, M. Shaw, J. Bill, V. Calvert, J. Parker, T. Field;
SECOND ROW: C. Costa, N. Bartlett, R. Gile, M. Cote, J. Pope, J. Parker, S. Sturtevant;
THIRD ROW: M. Nicholson, L. Gustafson, V. Bradford, I. Butler, R. Kvelums, J. Randall,
G. Burgess; FOURTH ROW: R. Ezekiel, L. Sears, E. Backus, S. Lehto. ADVISOR: Mrs. Cherry
JAMES D. BILL
SEPPO H. LEHTO
CLEON H. TURNER
FIRST ROW: D. Sousa, J. Parker, M. Tewksbury, L. Gustafson, D. Nava, M. Shaw, L. Covell, M.
Ford, C. Howard; SECOND ROW: A. Antoniotti, J. Reardon, A. O'Brien, J. Parker, M. Sayles, C.
Frye, E. Fitzgerald, D. Klimas, C. Costa, N. Bartlett, P. Alfieri, S. Joubert, L. Ruprecht, W. Swanson;
THIRD ROW: D. Burgholzer, V. Bradford, D. Garuti, M. Randall, G. Wyman, J. Pope, D. Walsh,
K. Fearing, N. Anderson, M. Benea, S. Sturtevant; FOURTH ROW: R. Ezekiel, V. Cogliano, L.
Cole, D. Pierce, R. Burgess, W. Arruda. ADVISOR: Mrs. Nickerson
DIANE M. NAVA
Daniel Burke, Edward Backus, Terry Field, Seppo Lehto.
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP
DAUGHTERS OF THE
AMERICAN REVOLUTION AWARD
BAUSCH & LOMB
HOMEMAKER OF TOMORROW
Mary Lou Sayles
"Stars hung suspended above a floating yellow moon" as
months of anxious hours ended on April 27, 1962. The
beauty of silvered trees against a mist-blue castle, and
the music of the Bridgewater State Orchestra trans-
formed our gymnasium into a "Wonderland By Night."
WONDERLAND BY NIGHT
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
MY THREE ANGELS
Our fine feathered friends came to the rescue as
"Janice" was the hit of the play. "My Three Angels"
didn't, however, need a chicken to make the audi-
ences realize what a success our endeavor was.
November 16 and 17, 1962 were the nights, Miss
Margeson the director, and three convicts the at-
tention getters. The cast enjoyed themselves as
much as the visitors, and it all went to make a
Senior Class Play long to be remembered.
CLASS APPLE POLISHERS
G. Lennox, A. Antoniotti
J. Randall, B. Pratt
M. Shaw, D. Pratt
M. Soyles, D. Bearce
M. Randall. A DiMorio
M. Hemphill, J. Reardon
^SfSfifl - IfaT* flT"*J
' ^ r ~ u
^h l | '-♦4*. JH
T. Field, L. Sears
K. Davis, P. Tarantino
MRS. MARY C. CHERRY
English Department Co-Chairman
Colby College, A.B.
MRS. RUTH BILL
Simmons College, B.S.
MISS JANICE MARGESON
Bates College, A.B.
MR. JOHN J. ROCK
Providence College, Ph.B
MR. JOHN A. SMITH, JR.
Tufts College, A.B.
Boston University, A.M.
MR. ERNEST J. MILLER, JR.
Eastern Nazarene College, B.S.
MRS. ANNA HILL
English Department Co-Chairman
Sam Houston State Teachers College,
MRS. BEATRICE SPRAGUE
Stat* Colltg* at Bridgwater,
B.S. in Ed.
MR. SAMUEL M. KEITH
Junior High English Department
Junior High School Assistant
Cornell University, B.A.
State College at Bridgewater, M.Ed.
MR. JOHN H. McCORMICK
Harvard University, B.S.
Boston Teachers College, M.Ed
MRS. HARRIET A. NATHANSON
Syracuse University, A.B.
State College at Bridgewater, M.Ed.
University of Mass., B.A.
Louisianna State University, M.Ed
MRS. MARY J. PACKARD
State College at Framingham,
B.S. in Ed.
MR. GERALD S. BARCLAY
New York University, B.S.
MR. ANTHONY F. SIRRICO
State College at Bridgewater,
MR. JAMES F. SHAW
Holy Cross College, B.S.
MR. ROBERT A. WADE
Willimantic State College, B.S.
MR. ALFRED W. BRUNEAU
University of Mass., B.S.
Vanderbilt University, M.A.
MR. EDWARD F. PARKS, JR.
Tufts College, A.B.
Boston College, M.Ed.
MISS BARBARA SHEFFTZ
Brandeis University, B.A.
MR. MAURICE J. SPLAINE, JR.
Holy Crou Colltge. B.S.
MISS HILDEGARDE A. GILLIS
Emmanuel College, A.B.
MRS. OLIVE HASSON
Boston University, B.M.
MR. LOUIS F. YAGER
Eastern Nazarene College, B.A.
MISS ROSANNA L. COLEMAN
Boston College, B.A.
MRS. SYLVIA BJORNHOLM
State College at Bridgewater,
B.S in Ed., M.Ed.
MISS PATRICIA BRADY
Brown University, A.B.
MRS. MARJORIE L. ROUNDS
Math. Department Chairman
Radcliffe College, A.B.
MR. A. DONALD McALEER
Boston College B.S. in Ed.
MR. ALFRED HORN, JR.
State College at Boston, B.S.
State College ot Bridgewater, M.Ed.
MR. DONALD H. RANDALL
Bowdoin College, A.B.
Boston University, A.M.
MR. RONALD N. FALLON
Boston College, B.S.
MR. ALEXANDER W. CARNATHAN
Brown University, A.B.
MISS PHYLLIS A. DENNETT
Northtattern Univonily, B.A.
Stat* College at Bridgewoltr. M Ed.
MR. ROBERT J. COAKLEY
State College at Boston, B.S. in Ed.
MR. DONALD D. ATWOOD
State College at Bridgewater, B.S.
MRS. JEAN McCULLOCH
University of New Hampshire, B.S.
MR. WILLIAM P. CLOUGHERTY
State College at Boston, B.S. in Ed.
MR. WILLIAM J. MARKEE
Kansas State University, B.S.
MRS. CATHERINE P. BREEN
Boston University, B.A., M.Ed.
MRS. ANNA E. CHIROS
MRS. ELINOR CHURCHILL
Boston University, B.S.
MR. DAVID F. CRONIN
Commercial Department Chairman
Boston College, B.S.
State College at Boston, M.Ed.
MRS. MARYHELEN FEELEY
D'You'ville College, B.S.
MRS. EMILY NICKERSON
Boston University, B.S.S.
MRS. GENEVIEVE M. PRATT
State College at Framingham
B.S. in Ed.
MRS. JEAN L. NUMMI
State College at Bridgewater,
B.S. in Ed.
MR. JOHN SEMPLE
Hamilton College A.B.
Boston Univerjity, M.F.A.
MISS MARY A.
State College at Boston, B.S. in Ed.
SR1ETTA E. WHEELER
imgton State College, B.S.
MR. LEONELLO J. BERTOCCHI
State College at Fitchburg, B.S. in Ed.
MRS. HELEN D. PETERSON
Jordan Hospital School of Nursing,
MR. RALPH B. CHOUINARD
Boston U g i versity
MR. PAUL CURRAN
Pasadena City College, A.A.
Boston University, B.S.
CUSTODIANS CAFETERIA STAFF
Mr. St. Pierre
Mrs. Maurer — Matron
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Mr. Call — Head Custodian
FIRST ROW: J. Burk, P. Harkins, J. Malone, J. Alberghini,
P. Wisti, C. Robare; SECOND ROW: R. Revell, S. DeFelice,
R. Stewart, W. Shaw, M. Gile, G. Bostock.
Mr. Coakley Mr. Smith
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FIRST ROW: J. VanWeelden, M. Packard; SECOND ROW: J. Lyons, P. Anfi; THIRD
ROW: E. Jameson, R. Curtis.
W. .Abbott, R. Adair, L.
Alfieri, B. Amado, W.
Angell, L Angie, G.
Angley, P. Anti.
F. Banks, A. Barnaby, C.
Barnett, J. Bachelder, S.
Beane, J. Becker, V. Be-
nea, T. Bennett.
J. Benotti, R. Benway, M.
Berridge, S. Berriault.
C. Bezanson, R. Bouchard,
C. Brackett, A. Brieden-
A. Briggs, S. Bruce, S.
Bruce, J. Bunce, L. Bur-
gess, J. Burke, B. Burn-
ham, G. Burrows.
J. Bussolari, H. Caden-
head, J. Calista, P. Carey,
F. Carlson, M. Cash, C.
Chandler, G. Chase.
D. Childs, W. Churchill, J.
Cicero, R. Cicero, W.
Clark, S. Clerke, L. Cline,
T. Coffin, B. Cole, K. Con-
roy, D. Correa, J. Critch,
J. Curry, R. Curtis, J.
H. Davidson, R. Davidson,
K. Dietrick, D. Drew, B.
Dusevitch, M. Ellis, W.
Ellis, W. Ellis.
S. Ferrell, N. Fitzgerald
R. Flood, D. Fogg, R.
L. Forbes, B. Ford, R.
Fortier, S. Gallivan, E
D. Geilear, L. Gerstel, K. Gibbs
P. Grandi, J. Grant, C. Grey, T. Griffith, J. Gronberg,
K. Hall, P. Hall.
L. Harris, C. Hatch, G. Hawkins, M. Heath, K. Hen-
nessy, J. Henrich, D. Hird.
P. Hobson, S. Holden, C. Holmes, E. Holmes, P. How-
ard, J. Howe, H. Hubert.
J. Hunter, T. landoli, R. Ingham, B. Jobling, D.
Jobling, J. Joubert, R. Joubert.
M. Julian, J. Killam, P. Kriegal, J. La France, M.
Lampi, S. Laurenti, M. LaVigne.
M. Lehto, J. Leonardi, G. Lillie, S. Lind, L. Lombardi,
W. Loomer, E. Loring.
V. Luiz, P. Lyman, J. Lyons, I. MacLeod, B. Mac-
Namara, R. Malaguti, D. Malone.
T. Mangano, A. Martin, S.
Matinzi, B. Maxwell.
D. McAdams, J. McCoombs, R.
McCue, M. Mendenhall.
F. Merrill, P. Miles, W. Mix,
R. Moore, G. Morrissey, J.
Moquin, D. Nova, P. Nordin, C.
Norrman, C. Notto, J. Nute.
C. Ochs, B. O'Connor, L. Os-
borne, M. Packard, P. Peck,
L. Persons, G. Peterson, M.
L. Pineau, T. Poirier, S. Ponte,
W. Pratt, D. Proctor, I. Rams-
dell, J. Recke, M. Riddell.
D. Ring, L. Robbins, C. Rogers,
K, Roine, R. Rossati, P. Rossi,
C. Santerre, D. Sargent.
S. Shiverick, C. Sciacca, G.
Sciacca, D. Sears, R. Shaw, C.
Sheehan, A. Silva, D. Slack,
I. Smith, J. Smith, K. Smith,
F. Solari, D. Springer, K. Staf-
ford, M. Stewart, C. Strauser.
J. Wood, K. Wood
L. Woodbury, R.
Home Room Representatives
FRONT ROW: E. Duffy, D. Bill, J. Tassinari, D. Grover, M. Lemerise; BACK ROW:
N. Short, J. O'Brien.
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Backus, R. Bailey.
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Batson, S. Bean,
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L, Bosworth, I. Braddock, J. Brennon, D. Braw, S.
Burgess, M. Cahill.
L. Calhoun, J. Campbell, S. Carlson, J, Cater, K.
Caulfield, G. Clark.
S. Clark, W. Clark, S. Clarke, M. Cole, R. Cole,
S. Comee, C. Connelly, C. Cook, J. Cook, A.
Cornwall, J. Costa.
C. Covell, S, Crowell, S. Darsch, K. Dearbon, R,
Donavon, A. Doten.
G. Ekstrom, B. Everson, L Fagan, R, Fairweather.
S. Farrar, K. Farrell, C. Flynn.
E. Flynn, B. Fontaine.
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Garuti, K. Gilli, D. Gilman, E. Goff, L. Gould, L. Govoni.
M. Gray, D. Grover, E. Haen, K. Hall, W. , Hammond, A. Handy, J. Hannigan,
C. Hayden, E. Hill, E. Holmes, E. Holmes, M. landoli.
W. Kinsman, I. Kvelums, D. LaCrosse, G. LaCrosse, R. Ladd, J. La more, P.
Landry, L. Lane, K. Lapham, M. LaValley, M. Lemerise, S. Lennox.
A. Lind, S. Lindvall, A. Longo, K. Lundgren, T. MacKenzie, G. Martin, J.
Mathews, H. McCordell, E. McGary, K. McGlone, W. Mcintosh, J. McMorrow.
E. McNamara, F. Melberg, G. Mendall, K. Migre, D. Miller, D. Minor, J.
Monk, D. Monteiro, D. Monteiro, T. Montgomery, P. Morrissey, N. Morse.
G. Motte, N. Mullen, G. Nava, J. Nicholas, S. Nichols, C. Nilosek, R. Nolan,
J. Nordin, J. Norman, J. O'Brien, R. Ochs, J. O'Gorman.
C. O'Neal, L. Parker, B. Perry, L. Peterson, C. Pickett, P. Pierce, W. Pinkhan
G. Pratt, L. Preble, P. Prescott, S. Prouty, S. Quinn.
P. Reardon, K. Ring, L. Rioux, L. Rogers, L. RufFmi, D. Ruggles, M. Russo,
E. Scott, P. Scott, D. Shawles, N. Short, E. Siemers.
C. Smith, E. Smith, F. Smith, K. Smith, J. Snyder, R. Spense, R. Springer,
M. Stanton, E. Stevens, L. Stewart, S. Strauser, J. Tassinari.
G. Taube, D. Thibodeau, J. Thomas, M. Tocher, M. True, M. Truskowski, B.
Turner, R. Twofoot, B. Varney, C. Vining, S. Walker, P. Ward.
F. Well, M. Wenners, M. Whiston, L. Whitely, S. Whiting, J. Wilcox, P. Wil-
son, L. Wingard, N. Wood, W. Wood, D. Woodworth, N. Worsham.
FIRST ROW: G. Vinal, R. Wiksten, D. Craft, D. Gray, C. Crase, D. Ward, K. Sutherland, R. Cook,
J. Wiksten, C. Meyer; SECOND ROW: W. Laivo, L. Cushman, J. Barboza, B. Roberts, J. Hanelt, E.
Carpenter, C. Paulding, W. Shaw, F. Kunkel, J. Cowan. ADVISOR: Mr. Fraser.
Senior FFA Members
F. Turner, D. Inman, J. Kunkel, J. Colburn.
FIRST ROW: G. Gallerani, F. Dearing, F. Neilson, A. McArthur, G. Young; SECOND ROW: J. Ward, J.
Frisbee, J. Sturtevant, J. Goodman, R. Pierce, C. Whitcomb, D. Goode, B. Cushing; THIRD ROW: A. Gil-
bert, C.Tanmer, G. Van Looy, W. Furness, J. Holmes, W, Krause, C. Alsheimer, E. O'Conner.
FIRST ROW: P. Alsheimer, M. Daniels, M. LaValley, R. Harshani, S. Benoti, E. Savoy, H. Inman, S. Griffith;
SECOND ROW: W. Knapp, J. Stewart, J. Merritt, R. Sturtevanr, R. Hayward, R. Garuti, H. Danforth, R.
Crase,- THIRD ROW: W. Ekstrom, S. Estes, L. Nelson, J. McCarthy, D. Marquis, D. Gigger, J. Gunning, D.
Sims, T. Wilson. ADVISOR: Mr. Binns.
New Addition F
(pictures of old high school courtesy of
The Silver Lake News)
Another milestone in the history of the Silver Lake Regional High School was
reached in September with the opening of the new junior high addition. Since
the Silver Lake District came into being eight years ago, the school population
has steadily increased. Within several years, a need for more classroom space
was recognized. After much discussion and debate, an addition appeared to
be the solution to the problem. It was to be annexed to the east wing of the
Once the actual work began, many delays had to be faced. Although strikes
and a lack of available materials hampered construction, the result was a
modern and most appealing structure — a pride of the district.
The addition consists of new classrooms, an art room, a shop, a science
laboratory, and an all purpose room to be used as a combination gym, cafe-
teria, and auditorium. With the exception of five rooms in the main building,
the junior high is housed completely in this area. This has created a situation
which is believed very beneficial.
The addition is just one step to a larger, better organized school. As our
towns continue their great population expansion, our school, also, will have
to reach for new horizons, not only in physical expansion, but in academic
expansion, as well.
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
FIRST ROW: J. LaVigne, E. Hobbs, J. Kasparian, S. Stevens, G. Lonergan,
S. Jameson, R. Lanzillotta, E. Brennan, B. Wright, K. Lonsdale, J. Powers, J.
Tocchio; SECOND ROW: S. Motte, P. Childs, P. Lanzillotta, W. Stanton, J.
Robare, G. Wilson, K. Gauquier, C. Powers, R. Pejouhy, R. Mitten, R. John-
son, A. Caruso, E. Nava. ADVISORS: Mrs. Tulimieri and Mr. Miller.
.. r iff
Mrs. Packard Miss Goldman
Seventh Grade Advisors
Eighth Grade Officers
E. Gould, G. lonergan. E. Jameson, T. Burke. J Makela.
I Bf-rtocehi Mrs. Wheeler
Eighth Grade Advisors
FIRST ROW: K. McCabe, R. Noyes, C. Pejouhy, M. Tegan, D. Peder-
zani, K. Barnes, A. Taube, N. Sherman, L. Ingham, S. O'Brien, C.
Cadenhead, M. Ferreira, S. Barkhouse, J. Pooler, B. Bezanson, T.
Benway, R. Solari, P. Childs, K. Marvelli, A. Wall, N. Cantelmo;
SECOND ROW: J. Shepard, E. Gould, R. Briggs, J. Costa, V. Warn,
L. Staiger, T, Souza, A. Lovell, E. Brennan, J. Makela, C. Estes,
J. Sgarzi, T. Burke, J. Bourgeois, S. Conway, S. Jameson, E. Bar-
clay, L. Anderson, R. Gallo; THIRD ROW: T. Lindvall, K. Braun, P.
Berglund, B. Crowthers, W. Maarschalk, T. Lampi, G. Hird, W.
Nickerson, S. Clarke, S. Brown, P. Jones, J. Casey, J. Ponte, J.
Mattson, K. McGarth, J. Felt, R. Breidenthal, A. Binns, J. Gallassi,
FIRST ROW: P. Cabral, K. Whitman, M. Nute, J. Atwood, N. Cole,
D. Ellis, M. Kelly, N. Sturtevant, D. Hyson, B. Bennett, D. Lunt, J.
Kennefich, P. Doane, L. Frisbee, D. Vendetti, D. Fowler, S. Ezekial,
L. Rice, L. Carlson, G. Lonergan, A. Fagan, W. McKenna, R. Shurt-
leff, S. Miles,- SECOND ROW: R. Mitton, R. Holt, J. Angell, P.
Strout, P. Benotti, C. Alfieri, R. Primavera, L. Meyer, K. Vickery,
H. Lehto, C. Hulme, G. Garuti, K. Stadig, B. MacLean, J. Barrow,
D. Emery, B. Cazale, M. Casey, P. Buckley, K.Seppala, D. Ruggles,
R. St. Pierre, P. Glass,- THIRD ROW: M. Berry, J. Sciacca, G. Estes,
S. Estes, R. Springer, D. Pierce, R. Bell, R. Harrison, F. Allsop, P.
Lanzillotta, K. Packard, W. Seamans, S. Ford, W. O'Meara, S.
Madden, A. Gilbert, J. Hannigan, G. Fogg, R. Ryan, R. Burpee, J.
Darsch, J. Holyoke, J. Adams.
FIRST ROW: M. Beland, M. Shea, P. Hayward, E. Hobbs, E. Angus,
D. Candini, S. Stevens, D. Stafford, S. Hill, S. Cushman, J. Cannon,
R. Brown, E. Mason, M. Cooper, C. Lavally, J. Furtado, S. Williams;
SECOND ROW: R. Mendenhall, M. Anderson, J. Abbott, W. Whit-
comb, W. Mark, C. Turner, W. Ferrell, J. Bergeron, D. Prescott, J.
Burrill, R. Correa, S. Downing, D. Jordan, A. Horton, J. Richmond,
B. Smith; THIRD ROW: D. Chasee, J. Grew, P. Jeness, A. Rosait, J.
Burbank, L. Churchill, D. Luce, T. Stewart, G. Staples, G. Owens, E.
Sayles, D. Bollinger, P. Hayward, R. Lanzillotta, R. Miller, C. Souza,
M. Deming, A. Bent.
FIRST ROW: N. Vontangoli, M. Roine, M Drew, S. Wood, R. Bon-
ney, J. Meroda, J. Campbell, J. Powers, L. Luiz. D. Procter. K.
Blizzard, B. Herbert, L. DeMeule, C. Dovis, B. Tucker, J. LoVlgne;
MIDDLE ROW: D. Beland, W Nowlin. M Gollivan. G. Vinlng, R.
Ethier, E. Fearing, R. Reader, E. Wright. L. Hobson. L. Nowin. R
Curtiss. A. DeMullis. D Still, S Twofoot. D. Gibbs, D. Gronborg;
THIRD ROW; R Clovorly. S. Wyman. D. Corvolho. J. Robore. W.
Curtis. W. Stonlon. J. Barker, M. O'Connor. S Deming, R. Cough-
lln, P. Mullin. W. Savory. G Kezer. C Wood. J Abbott. B Bovonl.
FIRST ROW: L. Macleod, S. O'Brien, R. Noyes,- SECOND ROW: C. Merritt, R. Harrison, B. Kezer, B.
Crowthers, R. Shurtleff, R. Ethier, R. Miller, F. Cantelmo; THIRD ROW: B. O'Meara, R. Briggs, W. Stanton,
J. Rice, L. Nowlin, R. Springer, R. Breidenthal, J. Mattson; FOURTH ROW: T. Lindvall, C. Wood, W. Moran,
C. Alfieri, J. Danforth, W. Hay, W. Thompson, C. Owens, J. Ruel. ADVISORS: Miss Shefftz and Mr, Miller.
FIRST ROW: R. Hadd, K. Richards, M. Lane, R. Glass, R. Dandeneau, R.
Pimental, N. Price, C. Bombace, N. Axon, A. Giammarco, C. Malone, S.
Thrasher, C. Farrar, S. Martin, C. Doody, N. Maarschalk, J. Nogueira, S.
Bevis, C. Santerre, K. Pickett, P. Siemers. SECOND ROW: R. Carlson, J.
Mahoney, A. Spaluzzi, R. Pejouhy, B. Wright, K. Lansdale, G. Moors, S.
Handorff, K. Nordin, A. Hewitt, L. Wall, R. Anderson, M. Recke, R. Holmes,
D. Lansing, L. Walker, D. Lee, C. Tocci, O. Oksanen, B. Burrows, N. Mangio.
THIRD ROW: R. Woodbury, P. Galassi, P. Kiley, W. Walker, W. Moran, B.
Maki, J. Ruel, R. Francis, E. Kauffman, P. Howard, R. Johnson, R. Lundgren,
G. Holmes, C. Justice, H. Kunkel, T. Walker, E. Dubrowsky.
FIRST ROW: S. Stewart, S. Motte, M. Ames, C. Titus, N. Turner, S.
Hannigan, L. Noyes, C. Daniels, C. Falkof, D. Eddy, M. McGlone, L.
Allen, A. Willett, L. Pimental, C. Sarson, J. Grant; SECOND ROW:
L Perry, S. Mozinski, M. landoli, M. O'Meara, J. Hamilton, J. Morris,
V. Wenners, V. Watts, A. Lind, D. Besagai, A. Pearson, B. Lind, S.
Benea, G. Whittaker, D. Forcier, B. Nava, L. Stiles, C. Rideout;
THIRD ROW: W. Pooler, M. Croke, M. O'Mearo, G. Grandi, W. Hay,
E. Zaniboni, M. McDonald, C. Powers, A. Borden, F. Miglierini, S.
Bonthillier, C. Lumpkins, T. Thibodeau, R. Borghesani, A. Wood, L.
Verry, T, Bergeron; FOURTH ROW: J. Kvelums, R. Werner, K. Gau-
quier, H. Bezanson, R. Ruprecht, R. Bradford, M. Crowell, A. Caruso,
B. Robare, R. Pierce, L. Crudup, R. Nute, R. Barbieri, R. Winter, D.
Reed, J. Personelli, C. Emery.
FIRST ROW: M. VanLooy, J. Sprague, S. Forcier, C. Northrup, D.
Joubert, K. LaVigne, J. Kasparian, M. Errico, D. Gilbert, B. Sousa, B.
McAllister, D. Grant, C. Lounge, L. Hennessey, S. Barker, J. Tocchio,
J. Casey, B. Mullen, L. Hill, M. Batchelor, M. Fernez, M. Buckloy. D.
Burrill, M Marcyes; SECOND ROW: D. Silva, R Price, J. Walsh, G.
Smith, L. Tocchio, L. Blizzard. C. Bell, L. Chupaila, M. Hilson, V.
Doane, K. McCue. E. Hatch, C. Melberg. J. McAllister, D. Corcoran,
M Malone, R. Tubman, H. Boudreau, M. Lyons, T. Anderson, M.
Manoogion, G. McGarry, THIRD ROW: P Cook. J Strauser, K. Legge,
B. Snell, R Cretinon, A. Wood, C. MerriM, R. Parker, B. Young, G
Wilson, L. Barrows, C. Owens, B. Woodworth. K. Brown, S. Pedro.
R. Sherman, J. Danforth, B. Moonoy, R. Davidson, J. Martin, A. Wood,
W. Cralt, D. Gcorgo.- FOURTH ROW: < Braun, W. Burnett, M. Burk-
ord, C. Miller, F. Childs. S. Valenziono. L. Rogers, J. Rice. H. Eites,
M Costa. A. Mark, P. Nordozzi. D. Inghom, P. Slulz, D. Bearer. T.
Boughter, P. Smith. R Pock. S. Wager.
FIRST ROW: J. Baker, J. Therriault, M. Cote, L. Gustafson, D. Klimas, M.
Shaw, E. True, D. Fernald, C. Howard, M. Nicholson, L. Berglund, E. Fitz-
gerald, A. Antoniotti, D. Gilman, G. Doody, M. Reed; SECOND ROW: K.
Lundgren, J. Balboni, J. Randall, M. Benea, R. Kvelums, D. Novo, P. Wisti,
B. Wheeler, L. Weston, M. Brennen, D. Hollman, A. Mcintosh, E. Lee; THIRD
ROW: M. Gile, N. Short, J. Kunkel. D. Burke, B. Pratt, K. Smith, R. Cogliano,
J. McCann, J. Grant, P. Tarantino, G. Burgess; FOURTH ROW: C. Cook, J.
McCombs, C. Binns, E. Backus, V. Cogliano, J. Colburn, A. DiMario, J.
Hebert, G. Burrows, J. Mendall, W. Strassel, V. Walker, G. Lennox. AD-
VISORS: Mrs. Bjornholm and Mr. Binns.
The 1962-1963 school year saw the Silver Lake
Student Council in its most active year since its be-
ginning. In the fall the council decided to continue
the sponsorship of the Achievement Awards Program
and the Scholarship Program. In order to raise the
money needed for these projects, action was taken
to install food-vending machines in the bus lobby for
students' convenience after school. Adjacent to the
vending machines a student store was established.
Writing materials, books, pennants, and sweatshirts
were made available in this store. Initial cost of
stocking the store was met with money collected dur-
ing a tremendously successful "Pass the hat" day. To
complete its corner in the bus lobby the Student
Council designated sections of the bulletin board to
the various clubs so that the entire school would be
informed of their activities.
The accomplishment and success of these endeavors
was due mainly to the able guidance of the two new
advisors, Mrs. Bjornholm and Mr. Binns. Their enthu-
siasm, along with the energetic leadership of Presi-
dent Greg Lennox and the vigorous response of the
entire organization, made possible a prosperous year
for the Student Council.
FIRST ROW: R. Randall, R. Kvelums, R. Gile, S. Lehto, D. Burke, A. Antoniotti, J. Randall, I. Butler, K.
Fearing, S. Sturtevanf, J. Parker, J. Parker, M. Cote, E. True, L. Gustafson; SECOND ROW: J. Delaney,
G. Leafer, A. MacCormack, J. Breidenthal, M. Gile, L. Sears, V. Bradford, G. Burgess, G. Martin, J. Ma-
lone, D. Benson, M. Nava, M. Fontaine. ADVISOR: Miss DeGere.
The Silver Lake Chapter of the National
Honor Society, under the guidance of Miss
DeGere, strives to instill the ideals of Schol-
arship, Character, Leadership, and Service
in its members and the student body.
In the fall, the society conducts the annual
sale of individual portraits. This provides
scholarships for worthy members at gradua-
tion. Each year the society augments the
scholarship fund by additional means.
The climax of the year for the Society is
the induction of new members, witnessed by
the student body at a special assembly. At
this time, the honor of membership is be-
stowed upon outstanding members of the
sophomore, junior, and senior classes.
The society accomplished much this year,
under the leadership of: Daniel Burke, Presi-
dent; Seppo Lehto, Vice President; Roxanne
Gile, Secretary; Alma Antoniotti, Treasurer,-
and JoAnn Randall, Historian.
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FIRST ROW: G. Hogan, G. Clark, S. Deflice, M. Gile, E. Backus, G. Silvester,
R. Randall, J. Lyons, P. Stanley, M. Lehto, J. McCann; SECOND ROW: W.
Angell, A. Ayers, D. Sears, J. Bill, B. Maxwell, C. Lantz, R, Revel I, J. Grant,
J. Colburn, J. Donovan, J. Leonardi; THIRD ROW: W. Torrey, C. Binns, G.
Bostack, J. Kunkel, J. Delany, C. Mangio, D. Berridge, W. Nickerson, P.
Proctor, S. Lehto, P. Hall, S. McGlone.
Key Club International is a Kiwanis sponsored
youth service group for high school boys. The
Silver Lake Chapter is dedicated to the ideals of
Key Club International: "Service to school and
community." Under the leadership of Guy Sil-
vester, president; Ed Backus, vice president;
Marshall Gile, secretary,- and Bob Randall,
treasurer,- the boys attempted to fulfill these
ideals through various service projects, such as
conducting a food drive at Christmas time, sup-
porting other school functions and organizations,
and awarding two scholarships at the end of
the year. By hearing speakers from the spon-
soring Kiwanis Clubs, attending Kiwanis Club
meetings, and by sending representatives to the
district Key Club Convention, the club members
were constantly reminded of their responsi-
bilities as members of an international organiza-
tion. With its new advisor, Mr. Splaine, the Key
Club enjoyed a reasonably successful year and
hopes to accomplish even more next year.
At an organizational meeting in November, the Dra-
matics Club elected Roxanne Gile, President; Phillip
Tarantino, Vice President; Linda Gustafson, Secre-
tary,- Alma Antoniotti, Treasurer,- and Cynthia Cook,
Historian. Lydia Weston represented the club at
Student Council meetings. This year the Dramatics
Club innovated a Christmas meeting under the
sponsorship of Miss Margeson. Selected for presen-
tation at the regional dramatic festival on March 23
was "Thieves' Carnival" by the same playwright
who authored "The Lark," last year's presentation.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW: D. Bill, C. Warnsman, G. Sciacca, D. Sousa, J. Maloni, J. Ran-
dall, G. Burgess, H. Sturtevant, S. Quinn, L. Ruffini, J. Baker, G. Martin, A.
Lind, J. Tassinari; SECOND ROW: M. MacFarlane, J. Springer, R. Zoccolante,
C. Santerre, S. Lind, P. Barkhouse, D. Hollman, I. Kvelums, L. Whiteley, M.
Lemerise, I. Butler, N. Mullin,- THIRD ROW: A. Barnaby, P. Lanzillota, P.
Woodward, S. Prouty, S. Besarick, K. Salmi, N. Emery, M. Packard, D.
Grover, E. Holmes, C. Harkins, S. Holden. ADVISORS: Mrs. Cherry and Mrs.
The aim of the Future Teachers of America is to promote interest in the
field of education. During the seven years in the history of Silver Lake, our
F.T.A. chapter has become a respected member ot the school community.
Its work in bringing a true understanding of the teaching profession to
students who might consider the possibility of a career in education has
become a valuable part of Silver Lake. But this is not its sole aim. The
F.T.A. fulfills the need, on a secondary school level, of organizing harmonious
relations between student and teacher, and between teacher and parent.
Through filmstrips, guest speakers, and field trips, the association shows the
student body the training necessary for teaching, its hardships and rewards.
The annual induction of Future Teachers serves a dual function. It formally
welcomes new members into the group and explains to invited parents the
role which the organization plays.
This year the Future Teachers celebrated the silver anniversary of the
National Association of Future Teachers of America at their induction. For
twenty-five years girls and boys throughout the country have united to
prepare themselves for their future teaching careers. Joining the F.T.A.
does not represent a final decision by any of its members to enter o career
in education, but rather it serves as a "proving ground" for ideas. Although
it seeks to find students interested in teaching, the F.T.A. is open to all stu-
dents who are considering any form of education as a career.
FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW: H. Hubert, J. Wood, M. MacFarlane, E. Holmes, J. Malone, D.
Nava, K. Fontaine, N. Pinkham, M. Ford, J. Curry, J. Vantangoli, K. Walsh,
P. Merrill; SECOND ROW: S. Kunkel, V. Luiz, L. Robins, C. Bezanson, M.
Lavine, M. Heath, V. Childs, D. Malone, G. Lewis, G. Martin, B. Wheeler, P.
Harkins, Mrs. Peterson,- THIRD ROW: P. Alfleri, C. Howard, S. Darsch, D.
Sturtevanf, M. Kerr, R. Kvelums, D. Walsh, S. McAdams, J. VanWeelden, J.
Alberghini, S. Stockbridge, K. Gould.
This year the Future Nurses Association has seen an increase in the number of girls interested in the
nursing profession. This was evidenced by the multitude of new members present at the annual induction.
Sparked by the combined efforts of new and old members, the Future Nurses have visited many hos-
pitals and have brought joy to many. One such visit found the members giving a Christmas party for
the children of the Lakeville Sanitorium.
Under the leadership of Mrs. Peterson, our school nurse, and Diane Nava, president, the Future
Nurses have had a very successful and rewarding year.
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The music department at Silver Lake has experienced
both a challenging and enjoyable year. The music
selected for the Combined Concert which was held
in the spring, tested the musical ability of the Silver
Lake students. The concert was not all work for it
also provided the experiences of meeting new
friends and performing in a larger group.
A new look accented the appearance of the band.
The members donned their new uniforms for the
Thanksgiving Day game at Plymouth. They made a
very striking picture as the "reds-and-whites" as-
sembled on the field. The new uniforms represented
many hours of work by the Band Parents.
In addition to performing in the Silver Lake band,
orchestra and chorus, several members went on to
newer and greater heights. Having borne the trials
and anxieties of try-outs, the best musicians were
placed in the Southeastern District, S.E.M.S.B.A., All-
State and The New England Concert Festival.
With the assistance of Mr. Chouinard, the music de-
partment has represented Silver Lake in a praise-
FIRST ROW: R. Ruprecht, P. Buckley, G. Wilson, F. Catalmo, J. Galassi, D. Reed, R. Lundgren, A.
Binns, P. Glass, P. Kiley, J. Shepherd; SECOND ROW: G. Holmes, P. Galassi, C. Pejouhy, K.
Marvelli, M. Lane, B. Trafton, N. Price, J. Bunce, D. Sousa, R. Prjouhy, J. Costa, T. Lampi; THIRD
ROW: R. Ethier, C. Sheehan, P. Stanley, F. Bartlett, S. Clark, M. Cote, M. Randall, J. Randall, P.
Lyman, F. Childs, B. Martin; FOURTH ROW: E. Nauha, G. Sciacca, J. Hogan, G. Silvester, L. Bon-
ney, P. Cobb, G.Morrissey, P. Hammond, C. Curtiss, B. Pratt, S. DeFelice, F. Cain.
FIRST ROW: D. Bill, M. Cote, R. Tison, M. Randall, L. Forbes, L. Whitely, C. Wornsman, T.
Field; SECOND ROW: P. Stanley, G. Sciacca, F. Cain, P. Lyman, G. Hogan, P. Hammond, B.
Pratt, C. Sheehan; THIRD ROW: L. Lombardi, G. Morrissey, P. Cobb, S. DeFeli" ■?. Randall,
L. Bonney, F. Bartlett.
FIRST ROW: D. Souso, E. Fitzgerald. I. Clino. J. Porker, J. Parker, A.
O'Brien. V. Price. L Randall, B. Witteman, J. Curry, J. Bunce, T. Field, B.
True, P. Woodward, K. Walsh, W. Mcintosh. B. Hawkins, S. Johnson. SEC-
OND ROW: J Reordon, I Ruprecht, M. Hirshon. L. Covell. R. Koough.
G. Wyman, B. Tubman. T. Mcintosh, J. Randall, G. Burgess, W. Swan-
son. D. Nava. P. Merrill. R. Tison. M. Cote. S. Besarlck, R. Kvelums.
W. Wood. THIRD ROW: H. Hubert. G. Doody. N Pock. N. Porker. E.
Nlchlson, S- Allsop, L. Forbes. J. Pope, K. Laphom, M. Grey, D. Stan-
ley, T. Coffin, K. Stafford. L Govoni. S. Joubert
ALL NEW ENGLAND
FIRST ROW: J. Bunce; L. Forbes; SECOND ROW: C. Warnsman;
M. Randall; M. Cote.
FIRST ROW: M. Cote; J. Randall; G. Hogan; M. Randall; L. Forbes. SECOND
ROW. B. True; P. Woodward; P. Hammond; G. Silvester; L. Lombardi.
FIRST ROW: R. Randall; D. Bill; G. Hogan; SECOND ROW: T.
Field; L. Whirely; M. Randall; THIRD ROW: P. Stanley; G. Silvester;
P. Hammond; L. Lombcrdi.
FIRST ROW: L. Bonney; G. Sciacca; SECOND ROW: G.
Silvester; M. Randall; G. Hogan; THIRD ROW: P. Ham-
mond; C. Curtiss; L. Lombardi.
FIRST ROW: D. Gilman, D. Giler, L. Pineau, G. Doody, G. Martin, P. Barkhouse, A. Breidenthal;
SECOND ROW: A. Barnaby, N. Emery, S. Lind, V. Walker, K. Gould, M. Nava, C. Mangio;
THIRD ROW: M. Brennan, P. Wisti, C. Robare, S. Besarick, J. Maloni, D. Hollman, S. Beane, K.
FIRST ROW: J. Baker, J. Alberghini, K. Becker; SECOND ROW: M. Pimental, T. CofFin, S. Mon-
teiro, B. True; THIRD ROW: P. Lyman, S. DeFelice, J. McCue, R. Burbank.
SEATED: G. Chose. A. MocCormack. I. Kvelums. R Kvclumi, J. McConn. R Ncwcomb. STAND
ING: R Choharyn. W. Angell, P Scon. F. Barilcit. R Tobios. R. Hird ADVISOR Mrs McCulloch.
FIRST ROW: C.
Churchill, V. Brad-
ford, D. Bill, D. Gil-
man; SECOND ROW:
B. True, E. Stevens,
B. Torrey, J. McCue.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
SEATED: P. Hobson,
P. Kriegel; FIRST
ROW: K. Stafford, J.
Baker, T. Holzworth,
M. Lavigne; SECOND
ROW: C. Nilosek, C.
Merill, B. Bosworth,
L. Harris, H. Dahnke.
FIRST ROW; A. Antoniotti, G. Lennox, P. Sgarzi: SECOND ROW;
J. Vallen, D. Halunen, L. Cole. ADVISOR: Mr. Parks.
FIRST ROW: A. Watson, S. Nichols, D. Barbieri, I. Kvelums, C. Davis, G. Taube, K. Gould;
SECOND ROW: L. Wingard, G. Burgess, R. Moore, J. Sutcliffe, J. Hogan, R. Kvelums, C.
Rogers. ADVISOR: Miss Nappi
FIRST ROW: D. Bill, G. Doody, B.
True, P. Woodward, K. Walsh, S.
Carlson, J. Tassinari; SECOND
ROW: C. Churchill, K. Davis, R.
Kvelums, I. Kvelums, V. Bradford,
W. Wood, M. Cote; THIRD ROW:
J. Bill, S. Larenti, L. Sears, W. Tor-
rey, S. Lehto, P. Rossi, W. Nicker-
son. HEAD: Mrs. Hill
FIRST ROW: J Ruel, B True. S. O'Brien, G. Moors, D Bill. E. Backus. A. lind. G Doody, K.
Harkins. 8. Wheeler. SECOND ROW: M Monoogion, L. Ingham, A lovoll. K. Barnos, S.
Lind, J. Sgarzi. R. Kvelums. P. Woodward. A. Binn-.. THIRD ROW: S Doming, V. Bradford.
D. Stanley, B. Torrey. C Binns. W. Shaw, R. Tobias. ADVISORS: Mr Binns ond Mrs Chiros
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KNEELING: E. Fitzgerald, R. Gile, P. Alfieri; STANDING: L. Braddock, S. Prouty, J. Pope,
S. Bean, R. Bouchard. ADVISOR: Mrs. Longhi.
FIRST ROW: A. Breidenthal,
B. Cowan, D. Ring, P. Wisti,
M. Brennan, M. Reed, S.
Quinn, D. Geileor, C. Con-
nelly; SECOND ROW: C. El-
well, L. Berglund, M. Cosh,
D. Fernald, K. Stafford, J.
Baker, G. Flood, J. Springer,
Mrs. Longhi; THIRD ROW: P.
Horkins, B. Tracy, S. Clerke,
W. Wood, S. Ferguson, N.
Mullen, C. Harkins. P.
STANDING: C. Robare, B. Wheeler, L. Weston, D. Bates, V. Glass, J. Burk, N. Fitz-
gerald; KNEELING: J. Reardon, C. Howard, M. Sayles.
BOTTOM ROW: C. Connelly, B. Turner, E. Duffy, K.
Lapham, A. Breidenthal; SECOND ROW: P. Ferguson,
M. Cahill, N. Mullin, J. Bevis, S. Bean, L. Braddock.
KNEELING: N. Tubman, B. Taube, D. Goslin, M. Reed, J. Kilroy, L. MacPhail
Shaw, D. Fernald, H. Jameson; STANDING: M. Cash, Mrs. Longhi, K. Stafford.
B. Tracy, M.
The 1962 Girls' Field Hockey Team enjoyed an
enthusiastic season with more than fifty candi-
dates reporting for the two teams. The J.V. team
had an undefeated season, and the Varsity
record was .500. Representing the senior class
were Marilyn Shaw, Captain,- Dottie Goslin,- and
Helen Jameson. The experience gained by the
younger girls working with the seniors makes
the outlook promising for next year. Coach
Longhi was assisted by Miss McPhee, a practice
teacher from Sargent.
KNEELING: M. Cash, K. Stafford; STANDING: E. Siemers, J. Monk, K. Gould,
J. Springer, G. Taube, K. Fontaine, C. Cook, L. McCloud, C. Brennan, S.
Darsch, S. Clerke, A. Watson, D. Holman, Mrs. Longhi.
FIRST ROW: M. Randall, J. Parker, A. O'Brien, R. Gile, J. Parker, A. Antoniotti; SECOND ROW: Mrs.
Longhi, L. MacPhail, J. Kilroy, C. Brennan, M. Fontaine, S. Ponte.
Girls' basketball was a new game this year with the
rule change allowing full court play. Injuries, how-
ever, were the bad luck that kept the varsity from
being undefeated, but not from having a winning
season. They played with enthusiasm throughout their
games, and those they did lose were by three and
four points. The highlight of the season was their
win over previously undefeated Abington. Coach
Longhi said she had looked forward to this year's
team as she had looked forward to no other. Six
of the ten girls are graduating but take with them
happy memories of a job well done.
Miss Kathleen O'Donnell joined the junior
varsity girls as their coach almost in mid-
season, and it was under her direction that
the team enjoyed its first victory. With the
graduation of most of the varsity in June,
this team is looked to for next year's repu-
tation. If the girls continue to play as well
as they did in the second half of their sea-
son, they should have no problem.
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FIRST ROW: Miss O'Donnell, P. Grandi, B. Tracy, D. Holman, D. Bill, R. Zoccolante, K. Staf-
ford; SECOND ROW: A. Briggs, J. Monk, C. Cook, S. Gallivan, S. Prouty, C. O'Neal, K. Gilli,
V. Fogg, S. Whittaker; THIRD ROW: S. Nichols, S. Ponte.
FIRST ROW: J. Chupaila, W. Truskowski, W. Arruda, D. Burke, J. Hebert,
D. Bearce, A. DiMario, B. Pratt, D. Berridge, J. Desnoyer, G. Bostock, T.
Morris; SECOND ROW: T. Jones, D. Libby, P. Spath, S. Esyes, P. Carey,
G. Grant, R. Sargent, J. Grant, L. Hunt, R. Revell, K. Smith, R. Cowen, R.
Fontes; THIRD ROW: R. Tobias, R. Nilosek, J. Breidenthal, A. Gilbret, J.
Howe, R. Clark, J. Leonardi, R. Stewart, R. Cogliaro, D. Springer, J. Be-
notti, P. Howard, R. Joubert.
Plagued by injuries to key players early in the season, the lakers
suffered a disappointing year. Anchored by co-captains Don Bearce
and Angelo DiMario, the Silver Lake line was, however, one of the
brighter points in an otherwise dreary season. Seniors Dan Burke,
Bill Arruda, Dave Berridge, Barry Pratt and Joe Hebert played well.
The backfield, composed entirely of juniors, gained valuable experi-
ence for next year. Don Bearce, Angelo DiMario and Bilk Trus-
kowski were given honorable mention in the Boston Herald All-
Scholastic Team Awards.
FIRST ROW: S Griffith. R. Curtiss, S. Jomeson, M. Shea, G.
Kezer. G. Nova, G. Owens, L. Nowlin. SECOND ROW: J.
Ponte, E. Holmes. J. O'Brien, R. Gassett, G. Martin. N
Worshom, E. Holmes, L. Fagan, L. Lundgron; THIRD ROW:
Mr. Carnathan, K. Caulfield. J. Brennon, E. Hill, G. Mendoll.
W. laivo. M Truskowski. S. Wolker. A. DeMullis, K Tram-
ner, P. Prescoit. FOURTH ROW: D. Tison. C. Paulding, W.
Stanton. W. Forrell, W. Ferroll, G. Vining. D Bollinger. R.
Correo, G. Fogg. D. Luce. K. Hall.
FIRST ROW: L. Alfieri, W. Loomer, J. Donovan, G. Grant, P. Spath, J.
Howe, R. Flood, D. Holzworth; SECOND ROW: B. Jobling, H. Peterson, R.
Adair, J. SutclifFe, J. Calista, G. Morrissey, G. Burrows, R. Woodworth;
THIRD ROW: Mr. McAleer.
FIRST ROW: G.
Nava, R. Gil-
ROW: R. Gas-
sett, J. O'Brien,
K. Hall, K. Lund-
gren, G. Martin,
G. Kezer; THIRD
ROW: E. McNa-
mara, L. Gould,
G. Wilcox, J.
The Silver Lake basketball team went through an-
other building year. The varsity squad, composed pri-
marily of juniors, had a mediocre season but showed
much improvement over last year. Silver Lake had a
balanced scoring attack with Ed Mathews, John Neal,
Jim Smith and Ron Bersani accounting for most of
the Laker points. But the Lakers' lack of height was
felt against such teams as Abington, Rockland and
Plymouth. While the Lakers will still have height prob-
lems, next year looks promising. Perhaps the idea of a
Laker team in the Tech Tourney is not history but
something, instead, that will be realized in the near
FIRST ROW: E.
Mathews, G. Bos-
lock, J. Neal. R.
Bersani, J. Dc-
ROW: D. Libby. J.
Vallen, J. Smith.
R. Gauquier, D.
Halunen, T. Mor-
ris, Mr. Girouard.
FIRST ROW: D. Galletti, T. Jones, G. Lennox, K. Cushman, P. Spath, G. Bostock; 2nd ROW: R. Gassett,
Mr. Sirrico, W.Truskowski, A. DiMario, P. Holmes, E. Jackson, J. Heberr, G. Mendall.
1962 was a building year for the Lakers.
After winning the league championship the
year before, Silver Lake suffered a slight
letdown, winning only five of fourteen
league games. However, the 1963 season
looks promising with all but three starters
KNEELING: B. Wheeler, G. Doody, A. O'Brien. STANDING: J. Parker, J. Parker, M. Randall, Mr.
The 1962 girls' tennis team, under the direction of Mr. Girouard,
won approximately half of their meets. The four seniors on the
team have an average of two and one-half seasons of play each.
This fact, coupled with the enthusiasm of the rest of the team, as-
sures a successful season this year.
FIRST ROW: C. Binns, R. Randall, R. Woodbury, G. Lennox, S. McGlone, M. Gile, G. Clark; SECOND
ROW: S. Miles, G. Burrows, L. Woodbury, H. Cadenhead, N. Whisron, L. Altleri, Mr. Parks.
On almost any fall day members of Silver Lake's cross-
country team are bound to whiz by the unwary in their
red sweatshirts. This includes the cold drizzly days as well
as sunny days. Their persistence, their skill, and their
rugged performances make our cross-country team re-
spected at league meets. Underclass representation is
quite broad, assuring Silver Lake of a fine cross-country
season next year.
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